@Wolf480pl no, and the editor is just embedded vim (you can embed any editor you want). You can also write headers into the editor (vim) and they'll override the ones set in the UI


When you say "embedded", do you mean aerc will use whatever the user specifies in $EDITOR or $VISUAL?


@sir Looks cool. Small issue: `:q`ing out of `:compose` doesn't let you choose to not send it: "Unknown command abort"

@cole yeah, haven't implemented that yet. Would be an easy one if you want to send a patch?

@sir It'll be my first time with Go and email-based patches. I'll take a shot at it, but don't wait up if I take too long.

@cole I'm around if you have questions. Check out git-send-email.io if you haven't yet

@cole check out send.go and basically remove all of the sending but keep the tab closing

@sir Yep, that's what I did. Was much less painless than I was expecting. Expect to see the patch soon-ish (after I revisit git-send-email.io again).

@sir Sent! Wasn't sure about whether or not I should place newlines between the variable binding, the RemoveTab call, and the return, so that might need changing if it's inconsistent with your expected style.

@sir Whoops, sent to `aerc2@lists` instead of `aerc@lists`. Should be fixed

@cole thanks! sent back a review, needs a minor fix.

@sir Whew, what a rush! Thanks for the mentoring! Contributing to open source is always fun.

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